Thursday, 5 November 2015

7 Stylish Ways To Wear Your Natural Hair

Hello everyone!

This week on hairspiration, I bring to you some really stylish natural hairstyles. Not every time twistouts or bantu knots outs, sometimes take your hair to a professional stylist and let them perform their magic.

Yeah, we might probably be clueless about what type of styles to choose from given the numerous available options.Well look no further.

Here they are.















 If your hair's not long enough for some or any of these styles, don't fret! You could always use natural hair extensions.

I don't know about you but I have my eyes on one of them for Christmas already.

So, which is your favorite?

Love, coils and curls




21 comments :

  1. They are all lovely,though I am always partial to mz tammy's style.I generally gravitate towards styles without cornrows,because parting my hair(I do my hair myself),even after blow-drying is a nightmare,humidity here na helele.You are right,a professional is needed in such instances.

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    1. On the other hand I love styles with cornrows.I find them attractive.Parting hair is not that hard all you need is a rat tail comb or "ilarun" and you are good (I make my hair myself also)

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    2. I actually do love styles with cornrows,I see some intricate ones and wonder if an angel made it.But to part my hair,my scalp starts to cry,but if push comes to shove flat-twists work out ok.

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  2. They are all lovely,though I am always partial to mz tammy's styles.I generally gravitate towards styles without cornrows,because parting my hair(I do my hair myself),even after blow-drying is a nightmare,humidity here na helele.You are right,a professional is needed in such instances.

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  3. Lovely. I see teyonah inspired updo. I should recreate this someday.

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  4. Lol unless someone's going to do this for me. My hand-hair coordination is nothing to write home about.

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    1. This is really funny.I guess it takes practise.Its even easier for me to do my hair than on others.

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    2. Lmao wow I want to be you rn. Doing someone else's hair is a walk in the park for me. My own hair tho? Gosh :(

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  5. Nice, nice, nice.
    And yes, some things are better left to the professionals.

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  6. These are all lovely styles I love the mz tammy style best!

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  7. this look like it is good for long haired people , please one for medium length maximum shrinkage hair

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    1. Nah some of those styles can easily be recreated with medium length hair. You might need to tweak it a bit to suit your length.

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  8. I've decided to completely quit on styling my hair. I can't stand the manipulation. Even as a relaxed person, I didn't style my hair. I'll just go with afro puffs and puffy updos and occasionally the puffy updos into a cinnamon tuck. Finish.
    Not parting my at all.

    But lovely styles.

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  9. Oh yeah, maybe on my wedding day I'll go all the way on the styling or better wear a clip in like Berry. Lol

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  10. I like the third-to-the-last one. Like Aurora, I tend to prefer styles that don't have cornrows. Way too much work.
    Berry Dakara Blog

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  11. I like the 3rd style the most...

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  12. I like the 3rd style the most...

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